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  1. #151
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    Ilyushin-14 cockpit project
    Nice project for someone with space and woodworking skills

  2. #152
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    Hunter control grip.

    o.uk/itm/Hawker-Hunter-control-column-joystick-grip-with-electrical-harness-/263110378255?hash=item3d4299c30f:g:t4kAAOSw44xZehV r

  3. #153
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    Its in Wolverhampton you could buy it yourself !

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    A rather nice Dunlop Mk2 spade grip although, the lack of brake lever attachments on the rear suggest 'foot operated' brakes and a slightly less glorious 'fighter' provenance that the weapon switch suggests, perhaps Gannet? My lists don't go back far enough to cover the various later Dunlop spade grips, Air Ministry could shed a little more light perhaps?

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RAF-DUNLOP...19.m1438.l2649

    GYD

  6. #156
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gin Ye Daur View Post
    A rather nice Dunlop Mk2 spade grip although, the lack of brake lever attachments on the rear suggest 'foot operated' brakes and a slightly less glorious 'fighter' provenance that the weapon switch suggests, perhaps Gannet? My lists don't go back far enough to cover the various later Dunlop spade grips, Air Ministry could shed a little more light perhaps?

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RAF-DUNLOP...19.m1438.l2649

    GYD
    Same grip as a gannet, but the one I owned had a "stores release" version of the Selectric button fitted instead.

  7. #157
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    Caveat Emptor!

    Exactly David. The Gannet grip should indeed have the 'Stores Release' cover. But, with the ease and nature of the interchangeability of those Selectric switch/buttons that can 'fill' a hole in a handle is all too easy to do. Hence my previous post's observational comment.

    There was a 'proper Gannet' grip advertised on a vendor's site not too long ago, sadly advertised as a 'Spiteful/Spitfire 22/24'. I would like to hope that the input from erudite individuals on this medium will hopefully prevent the unwary from parting with too much hard earned cash. I would think that the 'Guns' switch is probably worth more than the (Gannet) grip itself!

    GYD

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    Expensive and tired de Havilland comet navigators chair.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/112486627763?ul_noapp=true
    Kind Regards,

    Brian

  9. #159
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    I do love the line "Free collection in person" it makes you wonder if some places charge you for collecting your items.

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    US stick top,

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Guardian-E...EAAOSwaxlZjZ3K


    Looks like a F-84 Thunderjet??

    GYD

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    The grip is the same as an early Thunderjet, but they had a longer column. One of the early Navy types? Lost in Google and nowhere nearer.

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    Kind Regards,

    Brian

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    Thanks for the I'd, wondered what it was!

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    Any body know what happened to this as the auction ended earlier and the item was withdrawn

  18. #168
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    offer made that could not be refused, sold outside ebay, withdrawn?

    big changes with Ebay in October
    you cannot put any contact details or links to websites
    SMOKE SMOKE GO!
    TA out

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    Be better if they just had a flat listing fee. All they are doing is making it more and more expensive to sell on the site.

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    Correct David, they charge 36p a listing for business users to list even at 99p start price, then 10% on the hammer and 7% paypal, 3% postage charge not very good if your selling things for a couple of quid.
    I am sure its to get rid of small sellers as they cause more hassle than the big companies selling multiples
    SMOKE SMOKE GO!
    TA out

  21. #171
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    Got an message on ebay with this today. to good to be true?

    make up to 100
    listings and pay no more than
    £1 in Final Value Fees for each.
    Ready, steady... list!

    I have a lens i need to list

  22. #172
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    Seems to be something of a regular thing now...

    ...this is at least the third time in a couple of months.

    Pretty good incentive if you've high-value items to shift.....and there must be something in it for eBay too.
    WA$.

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    Any idea what the grip and compass are off?

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    Looks to be a Tiger Moth mount with a P8.

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    SMOKE SMOKE GO!
    TA out

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    You don't see those often first one I have ever seen, rare, surprised it doesn't have the usual idiotic words, Art, Man Cave or Steampunk in the title, so commonly used when listing garbage on EBay
    Officially now a pensioner

  29. #179
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    My favourite sellers phrase on eBay is "I don't know what it's from but it's rare!"

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    Don't know much about WW1 aircraft but seems a nice item, the price seems unbelievably cheap too for such an item ?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/WW1-German-A....c100005.m1851

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